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New Disney World Character Greetings Revealed Ahead of Reopening Amid Coronavirus

Many changes are expected at Walt Disney World when the park gates reopen on July 11, 2020 including how guests will interact with costumed characters. Read more to learn about the new protocols.
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EPA Approves 2 Lysol Products For Killing Coronavirus on Surfaces

The Environmental Protection Agency has approved two Lysol products it says “safely and effectively” kill the novel coronavirus on surfaces.
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14 Hawaiian Airlines Flight Attendants Test Positive for COVID-19

14 flight attendants have tested positive for coronavirus after attending a training session for Hawaiian Airlines at their Honolulu headquarters.
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Woman Suspected of Deliberately Coughing in Toddler's Face Loses Her Teaching Job

A woman suspected of intentionally coughing on a baby at a San Jose frozen yogurt shop has lost her job with the Oak Grove School District. She was a teacher.
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Costco Customer Feels 'Threatened' When Asked to Wear a Mask

A video of a man in Costco is making its rounds on the internet as he begins to yell at a fellow customer who asked him to wear a face mask. See the details.
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Is it Safe to Invite Your Friends to Swim in Your Pool During COVID-19 Pandemic?

The coronavirus pandemic has caused summer fun to look a little different this year. With the warm weather upon us, should you invite your friends to swim in your pool?
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Florida Governor Has ‘No Doubt’ Disney World Reopening Will Be a Safe Environment

While Florida continues to see a spike in new cases of COVID-19, Governor Ron DeSantis believes Walt Disney World’s reopening will be a safe environment.
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Dunkin' Closing 450 Locations by the End of the Year

Dunkin’ is gearing up to shut down 450 locations by the end of the year. The closures will affect all stores located in Speedway gas stations, a partnership Dunkin’ announced it was terminating back in February. Read more!
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Study: COVID-19 Can Survive in the Air up to 16 Hours

A new study by Tulane University researchers suggests COVID-19 can stay infectious in the air for up to 16 hours. See the details of their findings.
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Tom Hanks Says Doing One's Part Is 'So Simple' in First TV Interview Since Recovering From COVID-19

Tom Hanks knows firsthand the effects of coronavirus and gave his first television interview on the “Today” Show for his upcoming movie “Greyhound.”
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